TQL Indianapolis honored as best workplace

March 5, 2012
Total Quality Logistics (TQL) announced that its Indianapolis sales office has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work” in Indiana.

Total Quality Logistics (TQL) announced that its Indianapolis sales office has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work” in Indiana. The Best Places to Work program is coordinated by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.

Indianapolis is now the sixth TQL office to receive recognition for its motivating workplace and positive corporate culture.

“Individual flexibility, team support, and a culture that thrives on exceeding both personal and professional goals is the cornerstone of TQL,” said Kerry Byrne, executive vice-president.

TQL is a freight brokerage firm that has grown 31% year over year since its founding in 1997. The company recently marked a major milestone: reaching one billion dollars in total sales for 2011.

The Indianapolis office employs 34 and is currently hiring. It expects to grow to 70 employees by the end of 2012. Apply online at www.tqljobs.com.

With more than 1,800 employees in nine states, TQL is headquartered in Cincinnati OH, where the company was founded in 1997. It arranges full truckload transportation for more than 7,000 customers across the United States and Canada. Working with more than 50,000 carriers, it moves more than 500,000 shipments annually. To learn more, visit www.tql.com.

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